Archetype is a garden where architecture and nature dance together in continuous connections and contrasts, whose peculiarities, in the Renaissance meaning, are filtered, absorbed and interpreted by the contemporary man. 

Nature is a synthesis of landscape, man becomes landscape through architecture. The fusion of classical and modernist language generates to the third one which find its time in the contemporaneity. 

Are Brainwaves a new type of material ?

Designers played with our minds in 2018, by using electroencephalography (EEG) receptors to read signals from the brain.
Artist Thijs Biersteker and designer David Carson worked together on an installation in the Netherlands that required a pair of visitors to remain calm to keep an imaginary world in order. At London’s Design Museum this summer, the atrium was taken up with a huge air balloon that used visitors’ brainwaves to stay afloat.

How do we define a wall?

Weaving is often regarded as the first architecture. Tents were created embedding colour into the fabric of a room. Tim Ingold considers what it means to make things and how weaving and knotting are the more authentic origins of all making. By removing blocks from architecture you are able to free the form of walls. See full article here


Red, Yellow, Blue: Public Installation by Orly Genger in Madison Square Park using knotted climbing rope

Crochet light